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A veritable salad bar and a perfect place for the trap. The trap itself was marvellously low-tech. Eighty feet of barbed wire was strung from tree to tree or, in this case, tree to rock to snag to tree, fifty centimeters above the ground. Inside this ephemeral corral was a litter of rotten pieces of wood strewn haphazardly about and a single sapling twenty feet high. " Joan asked. Such was the pride in her voice, Anna dug deep to find something nice to say. "It doesn't stink," she ventured. " Joan said as if Anna was a very clever student.
We're not going to get ourselves into a situation where we have to find out," Joan said firmly. "Rory, you're an exception to the rule. Most boys love bears. " Joan's voice was pleasant as ever, but it was clear that in harboring fear of bears, Rory had impugned them and the researcher's feelings were hurt. "One boy e-mails me every couple of days. " "I like bears," Rory said defensively. "You will," Joan promised. "They would certainly like you," Anna said ominously. To distract the children from their squabbles, Joan made the mistake of introducing Anna to huckleberries.
She'd always found the picture disturbing. "I was told dead bears, bears that have been skinned, look like people," she heard herself say, and wondered where the comment had sprung from. Joan hesitated before responding. Her usually clear greenish eyes narrowed and clouded briefly. Anna got the feeling she'd been out of line but couldn't guess how. "That's so," Joan said. "It's unsettling. " She glanced at Rory. He'd lost interest in them and washed trail mix down with water. Anna realized what the problem was.